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Empaths On Their Soul Path: A Guide To Empath Empowerment In Your Awakening (Corri Milner CPC Book)

Empaths are Clairsentients/Sensitives, absorbing energy and emotions of others until having the tools to do otherwise. Using specific tools, the negativity of others becomes peripheral like background noise. It’s a game changer! You can jumpstart your empath journey in awakening, with such things in this book as: Empath Toolbox (create calm within and gateway to receiving valuable information), raising your energetic frequency vibration (stopping outside negativity from residing in you), boundaries to set you free, recognizing your empath gifts, exploring the soul path (life purpose, soul healing, reincarnation, intention, and manifestation), how to connect with divinity and spirit guides, new ways to bring more love into your life (including dealing with the empath-narcissist magnet), forgiveness (it’s importance, how to do it), communication skills for empaths, unlocking your intuition, and much more. The follow-up sections to the chapters are packed with exercises, affirmations, and resources to further your awareness and growth. This book was written per the many requests from Corri Milner’s individual clients, those in her Empath Group Programs, and those in her Facebook group, Empaths On Their Soul Path. It encompasses a 25 year culmination of methods that transition empath challenges to a life of peace, love, joy, and productivity. She shares what has worked for the empaths she has coached and offers realistic, grounded processes that inspire and amaze all those that use them. Empaths are beacons of light; all are drawn to light that resonates forth. Being born empaths, we are laying a new foundation for humanity.

Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right (Arlie Russell Hochschild Book)

2016 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST FOR NONFICTIONA 2016 NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOKNEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERA NEWSDAY TOP 10 BOOK OF THE YEARA KIRKUS BEST BOOK OF 2016One of "6 Books to Understand Trump's Win" according to the New York Times the day after the electionThe National Book Award Finalist and New York Times bestseller that became a guide and balm for a country struggling to understand the election of Donald Trump When Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, a bewildered nation turned to Strangers in Their Own Land to understand what Trump voters were thinking when they cast their ballots. Arlie Hochschild, one of the most influential sociologists of her generation, had spent the preceding five years immersed in the community around Lake Charles, Louisiana, a Tea Party stronghold. As Jedediah Purdy put it in the New Republic, “Hochschild is fascinated by how people make sense of their lives. . . . [Her] attentive, detailed portraits . . . reveal a gulf between Hochchild’s ‘strangers in their own land’ and a new elite.” Already a favorite common read book in communities and on campuses across the country and called “humble and important” by David Brooks, Hochschild’s book has been lauded by Noam Chomsky, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, and countless others. The paperback edition will feature a new introduction by the author reflecting on the election of Donald Trump and the other events that have unfolded both in Louisiana and around the country since the hardcover edition was published, and will also include a readers’ group guide in the back of the book.

On the Jews and Their Lies His Classic Warning about the Jews and Their Hatred of Jesus (Martin Luther Book)

"Here is Martin Luther s classic book, banned and censored by the Jews and the Vatican for almost 500 years!" Texe Marrs Martin Luther, one of the greatest champions of the Christian faith ever to live, wrote this amazing book to warn Christians of the darkness of the Jewish religion. As a young man, Luther befriended Jews and invited rabbis into his home. He even wrote a book advising Christians to be kind and loving to Jews. However, later in life, Luther learned of the true teachings of the Jews, teachings kept hidden. He discovered that Judaism was rife with hatred and blasphemy toward Jesus and Christianity. In the Babylonian Talmud, the most holy book of the Jews, Luther found horrible lies about Jesus and his mother, Mary. The Talmud claims Jesus is a bastard, a liar, a drunk, and a sex magician who as a criminal deserved to die. His mother, Mary, is alleged to have been a filthy whore who conceived Jesus after illegitimate sex with Roman soldiers. The rabbis boast that Jews are "divine gods" on earth, in contrast to non-Jews, who are said to be little more than dumb beasts. It is acceptable, then, to cheat and to rob non-Jews, even to kill them. According to the Encyclopedia Judaica, Orthodox Judaism, the religion of the Jews, is the same today as it was in the days of the pharisees. Luther clearly understood that these terrible doctrines and lies could not stand unopposed. On the Jews and Their Lies Luther's magnificent defense of Jesus the Messiah and his exposé of the unfounded lies and accusations of the rabbis.

In Their Voices: Black Americans on Transracial Adoption (Rhonda M. Roorda Book)

While many proponents of transracial adoption claim that American society is increasingly becoming "color-blind," a growing body of research reveals that for transracial adoptees of all backgrounds, racial identity does matter. Rhonda M. Roorda elaborates significantly on that finding, specifically studying the effects of the adoption of black and biracial children by white parents. She incorporates diverse perspectives on transracial adoption by concerned black Americans of various ages, including those who lived through Jim Crow and the Civil Rights era. All her interviewees have been involved either personally or professionally in the lives of transracial adoptees, and they offer strategies for navigating systemic racial inequalities while affirming the importance of black communities in the lives of transracial adoptive families.In Their Voices is for parents, child-welfare providers, social workers, psychologists, educators, therapists, and adoptees from all backgrounds who seek clarity about this phenomenon. The author examines how social attitudes and federal policies concerning transracial adoption have changed over the last several decades. She also includes suggestions on how to revise transracial adoption policy to better reflect the needs of transracial adoptive families. Perhaps most important, In Their Voices is packed with advice for parents who are invested in nurturing a positive self-image in their adopted children of color and the crucial perspectives those parents should consider when raising their children. It offers adoptees of color encouragement in overcoming discrimination and explains why a "race-neutral" environment, maintained by so many white parents, is not ideal for adoptees or their families.

Belles on Their Toes (Array Book)

Life is very different now in the rambling Gilbreth house.When the youngest was two and the oldest eighteen, Dad died and Mother bravely took over his business. Now, to keep the family together, everyone has to pitch in and pinch pennies. The resourceful clan rises to every crisis with a marvelous sense of fun -- whether it's battling chicken pox, giving the boot to an unwelcome boyfriend, or even meeting the President. And the few distasteful things they can't overcome -- like castor oil -- they swallow with good humor and good grace. Belles on Their Toes is a warm, wonderful, and entertaining sequel to Cheaper by the Dozen.

In Their Lives: Great Writers on Great Beatles Songs (Andrew Blauner Book)

The perfect gift for any Beatles fan, In Their Lives is an anthology of essays from a chorus of twenty-nine luminaries singing the praises of their favorite Beatles songs. The Beatles’ influence—on their contemporaries, on our cultural consciousness, and on the music industry ever after—is difficult to overstate. We all have a favorite song from the band that made us want to fall in love, tune in, and follow our dreams. Arranged chronologically by the date of the song’s release, these essays highlight both the Beatles’ evolution as well as the span of generations their music affected. Whether they are Beatlemaniacs who grew up listening to the iconic albums on vinyl or new fans who stream their favorite songs on their phones, all of the contributors explore that poignant intersection between Beatles history and personal history.With contributions from twenty-nine authors and musicians—Roz Chast on “She Loves You,” Jane Smiley on “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” Rosanne Cash on “No Reply,” Gerald Early on “I’m a Loser,” Rick Moody on “The End,” Maria Popova on “Yellow Submarine,” David Duchovny on “Dear Prudence,” Chuck Klosterman on “Helter Skelter,” David Hajdu on “You Know My Name (Look Up the Number),” and more—the breadth of the band’s impact is clear. From musings on young love and family strife to explorations of racial boundaries and identity, these essays pay tribute to a band that ran the gamut of human experience in a way no musical group has done before or since.Timed for the fiftieth anniversary of the release of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, this anthology captures the full spectrum of reasons fans still love the Fab Four after all these years.  “In Their Lives is full of pleasant surprises.”—New York Times

Three Farmers on Their Way to a Dance (Richard Powers Book)

In the spring of 1914, renowned photographer August Sander took a photograph of three young men on their way to a country dance. This haunting image, capturing the last moments of innocence on the brink of World War I, provides the central focus of Powers's brilliant and compelling novel. As the fate of the three farmers is chronicled, two contemporary stories unfold. The young narrator becomes obsessed with the photo, while Peter Mays, a computer writer in Boston, discovers he has a personal link with it. The three stories connect in a surprising way and provide the reader with a mystery that spans a century of brutality and progress.

On the Jews and Their Lies (Martin Luther Book)

On the Jews and Their Lies is a 65,000-word anti-Jewish treatise written in 1543 by the German Reformation leader Martin Luther. Luther's attitude toward the Jews took different forms during his lifetime. In his earlier period, until 1537 or not much earlier, he wanted to convert Jews to Christianity, but failed. In his later period when he wrote this particular treatise, he denounced them and urged their persecution. In the treatise, he argues that Jewish synagogues and schools be set on fire, their prayer books destroyed, rabbis forbidden to preach, homes burned, and property and money confiscated. They should be shown no mercy or kindness, afforded no legal protection, and "these poisonous envenomed worms" should be drafted into forced labor or expelled for all time. He also seems to advocate their murder, writing "We are at fault in not slaying them".

The Jews and Their Lies (Martin Luther Book)

The Jews and Their Lies by Luther, Martin. Published by Liberty Bell Publications,2004, Binding: Paperback

On the Jews & Their Lies (Martin Luther Book)

On the Jews & Their Lies is notorious as a diatribe - and even as a call to arms against - the Jews in Germany at the time. In one of the most infamous chapters of the book, for example, Luther urges the German people to “raze and destroy [the Jews’] houses.”But if one looks a bit deeper into the book, one will also see that it presents some theological arguments against the Jewish religion (i.e. the Jew’s belief in the circumcision, their classification of themselves as the “Chosen People,” and the Jews’ denial of Christ as the Messiah). It is therefore both an examination, and a condemnation, of the Jewish religion and people.This annotated edition of Martin Luther’s “On the Jews & Their Lies” provides readers with a more thorough understanding of one of the most controversial works of the Father of the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther.